Duke Johnson was perhaps the most impressive Miami Dolphins offensive player outside of Jaylen Waddle last season, and he only played in a handful of games. His presence was a breath of fresh air as he provided the team with their first and only two individual 100 yard rushing games of 2021 after anemic performances from the likes of Myles Gaskin and others.
Bringing back Johnson would be very cheap, but would likely be contingent on whether or not they bring back the aforementioned Lindsay. It is more likely that neither are brought back than both, but either one would provide the team with good depth.
The defensive line is probably the unit that needs the least work this off season, and the job of the front office would be made a lot easier if they were able to bring John Jenkins back on a short-term deal. The 30-year-old veteran was and would be a depth piece, but he has proven that he can be a plus-side defensive lineman in his limited opportunities. He may play less than 40 percent of defensive snaps for a third straight season, but Jenkins would be worth a million or so for a year’s work.